|We had a little crowd of children following us as we walked out to the camps|
|Reunited with their best friend German.|
|With my friend Martha|
Everywhere we walked children followed. They rarely or never have seen kwadja (white) children. At this point in our walk, Joshua had stopped to shake a little boy's hand and soon everyone wanted to shake his hand too!
|With other friends who lived in Melut at Gideon Theological College with us|
We hadn't seen them since 2013.
|Eli and the men enjoyed tea inside the hut|
|Bethany with some of the ladies|
|The boys were happy to find their buddy Samuel|
|Yuna, Eli and Yoel|
Although we were very heartbroken by what was happening in our beloved town of Melut and sad that we had to leave South Sudan the next day, God gave us this very meaningful afternoon reuniting and mutually encouraging each other, to provide good closure for us.